How feed additives could cut methane emissions from livestock by 90 per cent
ABC Online, Other, 26/02/2023, Eliza Borrello
Scientists appear to have solved one of the biggest environmental challenges facing the global meat – industry how to dramatically reduce methane emissions from cow burps. Now the race is on as several companies try to commercialise their feed-additive tonics as pills, pellets and powders. […] Several years ago the CSIRO found feeding cattle red seaweed, or asparagopsis, can reduce methane emissions in livestock by up to 90 per cent.
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